Snorkeling with the kiddos yesterday was a blast. This is Angelina on the left (age 9) and Zara (age 11). We had a photographer on the boat with us and can’t wait to see those pictures when they’re ready tomorrow.
After snorkeling as we were out at the pool, I finished a great book, Zero to One, written by one of the founders of PayPal. Here’s one thing that stuck out…
“In the most minimal sense, the future is simply the set of all moments yet to come. But what makes the future distinctive and important isn’t that it hasn’t happened yet, but rather that it will be a time when the world looks different from today.”
Now… replace “the world” with “you”.
“What makes the future distinctive and important is when YOU look different from today.”
If nothing about you changes for the next 10 years, the future is 10 years away.
It’s almost like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. If nothing about you changes, you basically live the same day over and over and over for years. Sure there are slightly different things that happen, but overall you’re stuck in an endless loop day after day.
If you want things to change, YOU have to change.
If you want the future to be distinctive and important, YOU have to change.
Is your business stuck right now? If so, the #1 reason is because YOU are stuck.
If you want your business to change, YOU must change.
The big question is… Are you willing to change?
If not, don’t expect the future to be much different.
I’ve lost count on how many times I’ve been stuck in business. Thankfully, I’m clear on the way out of stuck-ness… change.
“Your outer world is a reflection of your inner world”.
Lots of love,
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